The Detailed Path Network (DPN) is a digital representation of the roads, tracks and paths in the National Parks of Great Britain that the public may use to travel on and enjoy the great outdoors.
The product is designed to facilitate applications and services to provide routes for pedestrians, cyclists and horses being ridden, primarily for leisure purposes.
Product schema (XML)
The product schema for OS Detailed Path Networks.
Getting Started Guide (PDF)
The Getting Started Guide for OS Detailed Path Networks.
OS Detailed Path Network is available to OS Partners, PSGA Members and developers.
|Key Features||What this product offers|
|Feature types||Link and node network – links show the general alignment of roads and paths, and nodes record their junctions.|
|Attributes||Names, route usability, access rights and difficulty of route.|
|Formats||GeoPackage, Vector Tiles, GML v3.2 simple features.|
|Update frequency||Annually - October.|
|Coverage||National Parks of Great Britain: Lake District; Peak District; Snowdonia; Dartmoor; New Forest; Brecon Beacons; Yorkshire Dales; Cairngorms; Exmoor; Loch Lomond; North York Moors; Norfolk Broads; Northumberland; Pembrokeshire Coast; South Downs.|